Grateful Dead Live at Kiel Auditorium on 1979-12-09
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|Alabama Getaway ->|
|The Promised Land|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|Lazy Lightnin' ->|
|Shakedown Street ->|
|Samson And Delilah|
|Easy To Love You|
|Terrapin Station ->|
|Lost Sailor ->|
|Saint Of Circumstance ->|
|Black Peter ->|
|I Need A Miracle ->|
|Don't Ease Me In|
flac16; SBD> Cassette Master> Reel (Technics)> Dat (3800/48k), plus patch from Nak 700> Cass> Reel source; Transfer: Dat (Sony D8)> RME Hammerfall Digiface> Sony Vaio C1VP> Samplitude v7.02 Professional> FLAC; transferred and edited by Charlie Miller
- 2005-06-02 10:56:07
- SBD> Cassette Master> Reel (Technics)> Dat (3800/48k), plus patch from Nak 700> Cass> Reel source; Dat (Sony D8)> RME Hammerfall Digiface> Sony Vaio C1VP> Samplitude v7.02 Professional> FLAC; transferred and edited by Charlie Miller
- St. Louis, MO
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- Charlie Miller
- Kiel Auditorium
Subject: killer second set
Subject: Got to have Lov-in
The 2nd set is good with the ol' Lady and if it is good with the ol'lady it's good with me.
The tunes pre-drums are well played and there's a bunch of them compared to 80's standards.
Not sure if it was already mentioned but the transition from Saint>Drumz has a nice jam.
Heard some people speak against 'Easy to Love' but still much better with said tune then 'Don't Need Love' which often seemed to rub Jerry the wrong way in later years.
I expected only a couple of tunes out of space but was happy to get Black Peter then Miracle>Bertha >Good Lovin (I know that is a pretty regular threesome but it is just what the doctor ordered)
e) Don't Ease -time to pack up quick!
Put this up here because the other recording would not take a review.
Good soundboard on that recording but some black holes occasionally where the sound was dropping out.
Subject: Stream-only show
Subject: Amazing show!!
Subject: Shakedown of Samson
Subject: Great guitar night for Jerry
The appeal of this show is that Jerryâs guitar work is excellent on a lot of the songs. Thereâs Cassidy, Supplication, and Sampson, which are hot and fast. I like Minglewood from this period, and except for a patch in the middle, this one doesnât disappoint: Jerry smokes on guitar and Bob delivers a solid vocal. Jerry even makes Shakedown Street, a song that Iâve never been crazy about, into one of the highlights of the show. Shakedown is a group effort, as Phil does a great job, as do Bob and Brent on backup vocals. The jam from Saint>drums is another good spot. Black Peter is sweet. Don't Ease Me in is the best of the ending songs.
The trade off is that Jerryâs vocals are a bit shaky at times. Some songs, such as Alabama Getaway and High Time, are not all that inspired. Easy to Love You is a lite-rock yawn, but it usually is in any show. They get back to real Dead with Terrapin. Itâs a pretty good Terrapin, though not flawless, as Jerry flubs the lyrics at one point and has some tentative vocals in spots, and drags a little. The band sounds tired on Good Lovin'. However, the highlights of the show outweigh these deficits.
Subject: Best show of '79 ?
Comes out swinging and I agree with my predecessor that I completely missed this one. 1979 was never a year I had alot of interest in and was astonished at the pure hard driving / trippy power of these shows. This is no different - You will not be disappointed!
CHECK OUT THE FUNKY ECHO MACHINES AT WORK IN TERRAPIN AND LOST SAILOR + jam....
This show is one of the best on this whole site I agree 22 songs 7 before drums which contains a trippier and more synthesized Ollin Arrageed esque jam. Sorry 1/10/79 Nassau a l/t favorite tape now #2 for the year.
GOTTA GOTTA GOTTA GET THIS!!!
Subject: grab this one
shakedown is sweet.
setlist is great.
4.5 for sound
5 for jams
Subject: GET IT!!!
MY GOD MAN!!! This is so jammy and jazzy and funky and psychedelic-y... just alot of fun! And
the sound is damn good too!!! I've only heard
the Shakedown and give it 5 stars, sound is 4.5
stars... if anyone has any recommendations on
shows/songs with this same 'feel', upbeat and
happy, makes ya wanna smile, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Yeah. I know. The boys always make ya wanna smile!!!!!
Subject: So So
seems pretty shaky, first set was OK..Row Jimmy very nice, as was Brown Eyed Woman..I'm usually not a big fan of Shakedown Street..but this one had me wanted to jump out of my truck in traffic and dance yesterday as did Samson..after that I almost lost interest in the rest of the show..I still have Bertha->Good Lovin' and don't ease to get to.
Subject: My Birthday Show
Subject: Awesome Energy!
"By-Tor hath spoken.............."
Subject: good show
Shakedown gets pretty out there too, one of the better versions imo. the Brent song was kinda cheesy, but Terrapin was good as is Sailor>Saint. Black Peter is one of my fave dead tunes so this is a joy to hear. i like the winter79 run. good stuff.
the patch work is done pretty well taboot.